Gunnedah Shire Council is inviting stallholders to be part of the second-ever NightQuip on Conadilly Street on Tuesday, August 16.
The evening promises to be a vibrant evening festival that fills Gunnedah’s main street with music, market stalls, food and late-night shopping on the first night of AgQuip.
Council’s Director of Planning and Environmental Services Andrew Johns said NightQuip will be a highlight on Gunnedah’s calendar during Australia’s biggest agricultural field days.
“NightQuip was a great success when Council launched it in 2019 and promises to be even better this year when August 16 rolls around,” Mr Johns said.
“The influx of visitors from AgQuip provides the perfect opportunity for locals to showcase our Shire and catch up with friends, old and new, at this fantastic community event.”
There are no fees to set-up a stall at NightQuip, and Mr Johns said this was Council’s way of giving the community an opportunity to soak up the AgQuip atmosphere in the heart of town.
“We are looking for a mix of stallholders to provide a great variety of food options, local crafts and the quality goods that this region is known for,” Mr Johns said.
“NightQuip is also a great opportunity for locals to showcase their talents and entertain the crowds by signing up to be a busker.”
NightQuip 2022 will be held on Tuesday, August 16 and is just one of the activities planned in Gunnedah during the AgQuip week.
To apply to be a stallholder, visit https://gsc2380.wufoo.com/forms/2022-nightquip-stallholder-application-form/